TRUST TALKS: VIDEO SERIES ON CYBER & TELECOMS SECURITY!
Global Signaling Attacks and Firewall requirements, Lighthouse Report on Tykelab and more
Announcing a new Messaging Security contract worth USD 5.9 million, the World Communication Awards Recognition and more
In this next episode of TrustTalks, we welcome our new SVP and Head of Enea AdaptiveMobile Security, John Hughes. He’ll be sharing details on the mobile messaging security contract the company recently signed with a top North American Communication Platform-as-a-Service (CPaaS) provider. John will also discuss the upcoming events we’ll be attending, as well as the World Communication Awards recognition the company obtained.
TOPIC OF THE DAY
Malicious SS7 Attacks and Signaling Firewall Requirements. Are there signaling attacks coming from Russian-controlled networks?
With a large record of signaling firewall developments and deployments at multiple networks across the globe, Enea AdaptiveMobile’s Threat Intelligence Unit (TIU) has a unique visibility of cyber threats worldwide. Martin Gallagher, our Senior Signaling Threat Analyst, will join HardenStance analyst, Patrick Donegan, in a conversation about the types of malicious signaling attacks we see every day. Additionally, we’ll comment on the signaling attacks coming from Russian-controlled networks that are trying to impact our customers, analyzing their attack behaviors.
WHAT’S GOING ON OUT THERE?
Lighthouse report on Tykelab, GSMA’s CVD dashboard and PGPP
We will be exploring what’s going on in the cyber security space, starting with the recent report from Lighthouse accusing Tykelab of being the European equivalent of the NSO Group. Also, Martin Gallagher will talk with Patrick Donegan about the GSMA’s Common Vulnerability Disclosure (CVD) dashboard and the recent beta version of Pretty Good Phone Privacy (PGPP).
Information Harvesting (Stage-1/Exfiltration)
Intercept (VLR/MSC addresses, gsmSCF address manipulation, SS forwarded to numbers)
An initiative of the company Enea AdaptiveMobile Security, the TrustTalks telco security video series is intended to serve as an informative and educational channel for telecoms companies, regulators and CPaaS providers. A series of videos where security experts discuss the most relevant cybersecurity issues and share key security insights.